MAPS offices will be open on June 1, 2020.  Please read the letter below.
MAPS began implementing their Continuity of Learning and COVID-19 Response Plan
on  April 15, 2020

Click here for Continuity of Learning  Response Plan

Click here for our COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan



Dear Parents and Community,

As of June 1st, MAPS will be open to the public on a very limited basis. We are only allowed to interact with parents and adults, as students are still not allowed on campus per an Executive Order from the Governor.  If you wish to visit one of our schools, we ask that you set up an appointment through the building secretary between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:00 pm.  The building offices will be open from June 1st through June 24th.  After June 24th, only Central office and the Marquette Senior High school office will be open to receive visitors. 

Additionally, it is imperative as guests that you follow the CDC recommendations for COVID-19 safety. We ask that you social distance and remain six feet from any employee, wear a mask covering your mouth and nose, and that the visit involve only picking up or dropping off of paperwork or sharing of information. We ask that you fill out paperwork from your car or home, and use email or phone for basic information that wouldn’t require an in-person visit.

Marquette Senior High School           (906) 225-5353
Marquette Alternative High School   (906) 225-4321
Bothwell Middle School                     (906) 225-4262
Cherry Creek Elementary School       (906) 225-4399
Graveraet Elementary School             (906) 225-4210
Sandy Knoll Elementary School        (906) 225-4281
Superior Hills Elementary School      (906) 225-4295
Superintendent’s Office                     (906) 225-4200

We look forward to answering any questions you have and meeting your needs as best we can.

Bill Saunders

Marquette Area Public Schools is proud to announce this year’s Kaufman Award winners. Linked here is the Kaufman Awards program introduction and welcome from the Kaufman family, as well as the high school Kaufman Award recipients. We will also post a link to the middle school Kaufman Award recipients.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Kaufman family and the L.G. Kaufman Endowment for their generous gifts to our students. Congratulations to this year’s recipients!

Kaufman Awards program introduction and welcome from the Kaufman family, as well as, the high school Kaufman Award recipients.

Here is the link to the Introduction and High School Kaufman Awards video:

Here is the link to the Middle School Kaufman Awards video:

Food Services

MAPS has been pleased to provide meals to children 18 and under during these uncertain times.  We will continue to have meal drop offs on Tuesdays.  Please note we are changing our delivery times.

Meal Delivery Times and Locations:
MSHS 11:00-12:00 in front of the canopy entrance please pull up 
Graveraet 10:30-11:20, Employee Parking Lot
Cherry Creek 11:40-12:00, Parking Lot in front of School
Superior Hills 10:40-11:00, Parking Lot in front of School
Whetstone 11:15-11:35, Parking Lot across from Office

Meal Delivery Days:
April 14th
April 21st
April 28th

May 5th
May 12th
May 19th

May 26th
June 2nd
June 9th

Please email if you have any questions at


The Marquette County Health Department - Child and Adolescent Health Center for Marquette Area Public Schools will continue to provide mental health services for current clients and is now accepting new clients.  Appointments will be offered via telehealth or phone. There will be no face-to-face appointments at this time.  Please contact JoAnne Garrow at (906) 225-5355 if you have any questions or to schedule an appointment. 

Tech. Help

The MAPS Technology Department is open by appointment for damaged district devices (such as Chromebooks) to be dropped off and repaired. Please email to make an appointment. Hours are weekdays 7:30am to 1pm.

Click here for tips on disinfecting your Chromebook
Click here for Chromebook troubleshooting tips